Mountain Biking

 
  The parks fireroads are available for the use of Mountain Bikers. These include the following:

Amiskwi Trail - 24km If you fork left on the road to Emerald Lake, the trail starts at the end of this road. The trail follows the Amiskwi River northwest, then north until it ends at the point where it crosses over the river.
Trail details are available in "Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies" by Doug Eastcott and Gerhardt Lepp, Rocky Mountain Books

( Yoho Trail Map )

 
Kicking Horse Trail - 19.5km The trail starts at the same point as the Amiskwi Trail. The trail follows the Kicking horse river to the Chancellor Peak campground. To return you can follow the road back to your kick off point.
Trail details are available in "Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies" by Doug Eastcott and Gerhardt Lepp, Rocky Mountain Books

Otterhead Trail - 8.0km The trail branches from the Kicking Horse trail 4.1km from it's origin. It heads northwest along the Otterhead River to Tocher Ridge Junction.
Trail details are available in "Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies" by Doug Eastcott and Gerhardt Lepp, Rocky Mountain Books

Ice River Trail - 17.5km The trail starts at the Hoodoo Creek campground and heads south where it follows the Beaverfoot River. It finally veers north to follow its namesake, the Ice River Trail. Details are available in "Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies" by Doug Eastcott and Gerhardt Lepp, Rocky Mountain Books

Ottertail Fireroad - 14.7 The trail starts on the Trans-Canada between the Natural Bridge and Field and follows its namesake, the Ottertail River, towards Kootenay. If you want to add some panniers to your bike, there are two wilderness campsites along the trail, Float Creek and McArthur Creek. The trail ends at the McArthur Creek warden cabin. This is a shared trail so ensure you give hikers and backpackers the right of way.
Trail details are available in "Backcountry Biking in the Canadian Rockies" by Doug Eastcott and Gerhardt Lepp, Rocky Mountain Books

Ross Lake Trail - 8.7km The trail starts just inside Yoho's eastern border and travels to Lake Louise in Banff.

Tally Hoe Trail - 3.0km
Short connector trail from the park office, which brings you to several other other trails.

All other trails in the park are off limits to mountain bikers.

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Horseback Riding

Horses are permitted in the Ottertail, Amiskwi, Otterhead and Ice River Valleys. You can also ride the trail at Emerald Lake.
Grazing is not permitted in the park so you must pack the horses feed in with you.